Vida Plena in Calpe is one of the few chiropractic centres that are using very precise and specific methods. Thanks to this we can achieve better results in less time.

We care about the person with the problem, not just the problem. Once again making sure the care is specific to the individual.

To be specific, we must analyze each person, very carefully and individually. No two people will receive the same correction. Our patients leave feeling the difference in their bodies. Chiropractic is safe and effective – even for children.

What is chiropractic?

The chiropractic profession is the third largest in the world health (with more than 30 million patient visits per year worldwide). It is the largest health profession in the world that does not use drugs.

The success of chiropractic comes to understand the importance of the structure of the spine and pelvis and hold it in position.
This in turn keeps the brain, spinal and spinal nerves function optimally, eliminating secondary problems that can cause.

What is a vertebral subluxation?

When one of the bones of the spine (vertebrae) misalign cause tension on the nerve; sometimes puncturing it and causing decreased nerve health and secondary conditions.

Vida Plena use the best scientific evidence to measure structural stress or misalignment and nerve pressure and use the best chiropractic technique to correct the problem.

What are the secondary conditions?

When a nerve is under stress or pressure, vital messages and electricity do not arrive correctly at their destination, causing weakness and a problem in that area of the body.

A secondary condition is a consequence of the primary condition. For chiropractic primary condition is a structural misalignment and displacement of one vertebra. The secondary condition is the result of nerve that is committed to its primary function due to structural change. Here is a list of common secondary conditions that occur in our office in Calpe:


• Back and neck pain
• Headaches and migraines
• Chronic pain or stress
• Numbness of legs and arms
• Scoliosis
• Hypertension / High Blood Pressure
• Digestive Conditions
• Dizziness
• Fibromyalgia
• Herniated disc
• Seizures
• Hormonal Imbalance
• Degenerative Joint Disease or disc
• Chronic Fatigue
• Cerebral palsy
• Sciatica
• Arthritis
• Carpal tunnel syndrome
• Muscle spasm
• Tinnitus / Ringing in the ears


• Asthma
• Ear Infections
• Bedwetting
• Cerebral palsy
• Headaches (scratching your head and ears)
• Sinusitis and allergy problems
• Seizures